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Law at Work

Law at Work™

About This Resource

Law at Work™ is a non-profit educational resource created by Matthew G. Kenney, DBA, Esq. for the benefit of students, faculty, alumni, staff and patrons of Florida's Public Colleges and Universities. During each 2-minute audio segment, Dr. Kenney describes a legal concept and briefs a case pertaining to the topic. Listeners benefit by gaining practical legal knowledge through storytelling. Faculty across disciplines are encouraged to incorporate Law at Work™ content into their Canvas courses where appropriate.

Matthew Kenney

About Matthew Kenney

Matthew Kenney is a Tenure-track Professor of Business at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, where he teaches Business Law and Small Business Management. He is a Licensed Attorney and Member of the Florida Bar. A former college president and consultant to industry, Matthew has extensive entrepreneurial and management experience. He has authored several books and dozens of peer-reviewed journal publications. Matthew earned undergraduate degrees in Entrepreneurship and Management, and a Master of Business Administration degree, from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. He earned a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Nova Southeastern University, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Florida A&M University's College of Law. 

Disclaimer

Users of this service acknowledge and agree Dr. Kenney is not providing legal advice. Law at Work™ is for educational purposes only. No attorney/client relationship is created through use of this public service. 

Copyright Information

(c) Copyright 2020. Matthew G. Kenney. All Rights Reserved. This copyrighted content may be used only for non-profit educational purposes. No commercial or derivative use allowed without the express written consent of copyright owner.